How do you act when reading a book that you enjoy but leaves you wanting more?
I get obsessed over the story, and start looking for similar themed booked by others or look for books by the same author.
I start praying and thinking and place the details that stuck out to me in the back of my mind for future reference when facing a similar situation that might cause me to pause and think instead of acting on impulse. Be Blessed!
I compare it to my books and see how I can emulate it. I always remember the line from The Elements of Style by Strunk: "The best way to end a novel is to give your readers just enough until they want more, and then stop." That was my bedside table reading as a kid. Along with A.A. Milne's classics. I think Winnie the Pooh and his poetry books epitomize this principle.
by jaydawg8083 years ago
What book did you enjoy reading as a child?
by Linda Crampton6 years ago
How can we encourage children to read for pleasure?
by telltale18 hours ago
Do people nowadays prefer to read in the Internet rather than actual books?Do people read books at all nowadays? I noticed that not many people prefer to go to the library for books, what do you think?
by wytegarillaz28 hours ago
Would you rather read a good book or watch a movie ?If so why ? I personally love to read a book as there are no adverts !
by Keith Abt3 weeks ago
I've seen a few forum threads/questions about reading lately - asking what types of books you like to read, or how many you've read in the past year, etc....but none have simply asked: what book are you reading right...
by texasdaye3 years ago
Do you just write book reviews about any book you enjoy, to let people know about that book?For instance, I just read a really great fictional series, should I write individual reviews to inspire others to read these?
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